Peering at the bottom of the pool


 

The distortion of tile through water. Colours of the rainbow oozing from the squares of greys and blacks. Beauty can be found in the most unexpected of places, like at the bottom of your jacuzzi.

Credits: Protobacillus and Tumblr via Roberta Owens, vapidvapor and Pinterest

Hammerhead’s eye

 

Based on electrical activity in the sharks’ eyes, scientists think the shape gives hammerheads, like humans, excellent stereo vision and depth perception. Such traits may help the marine animals hunt speedy prey.

Credits: Discovery ChannelShark Week and GIPHY, Ker Than and National Geographic News

The Meg

 

 

Me and a friend are planning to go to the Barking Showcase cinema for the opening show of the aquatic horror The Meg when it is released next month. Basically you have a massive prehistoric shark, the Megalodon, that likes to chomp submarines. It’s Jaws on steroids!

Credits: GIPHY via Martha Sorren and Azula